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Road of Bones

Roddy Hart

Scottish
Vertical Records

Released: 1st July 2011
Catalogue Number: VERTCD094
Barcode: 5055014600604
Running Time: 44mins.

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You can listen to short samples from some of the tracks on this album using the player below.


The clean, clear voice of Roddy Hart continues to impress as do his songs so, one day, you will be saying "I bought his albums when he was a nobody!"
But that 'tag' is already fading fast as more major concerts and TV sports come his way.
It's just a matter of time.
Have a listen.

SideA:
1) Restless Soul
2) If We Should Meet Again
3) Waiting For the Sun
4) Close To the Flame
SideB:
5) Boxes
6) Girl Called Jo
7) Edge of Love
8) Day By Day
9) Playing Solitaire
10) Road of Boxes
The clean, clear voice of Roddy Hart continues to impress as do his songs so, one day, you will be saying "I bought his albums when he was a nobody!"
But that 'tag' is already fading fast as more major concerts and TV sports come his way.
It's just a matter of time.
Have a listen.

Lineup

Roddy Hart - Vocals,Guitars, Bass, Piano, Organ, Percussion,Mellotron, Glockenspiel, Chimes & Samples
Scott Mackay - Drums & Percussion
John Martin - Guitars & B/vocals
Geoff Martin - Piano, Organ & B/vocals
with
Yorick Cormack - B/vocals
Niall Holmes - B/vocals
Donald Shaw - Accordion (Tk.7)

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